Perfect for entertaining, these stuffed mushrooms are brimming with tender, lump crab meat and a garlicky Panko topping!
When it comes to celebrating the holidays with my family, it always comes back to the food for me. From delicious appetizers like my bacon-wrapped potatoes, to decadent desserts like this vegan chocolate mousse, and everything in between, there is nothing quite like getting together with those you love to enjoy a meal.
If you’ve never made stuffed mushrooms at home, don’t be intimated! They are versatile, easy and come together in 30 minutes or less. That’s it!
While the holidays may look a bit different this year, one thing is for sure: I will still be keeping my intimate gatherings merry and bright with the help of a little red wine.
Mushrooms To Use
There are a many different types of mushrooms our there that work with stuffing with crab. Button, Cremini, or Portabella mushrooms work best as their shape easily holds the stuffing, and their flavor is subtle unlike hearty mushrooms such as Shiitake or Oyster.
So, go ahead and pour yourself a glass! Even better, pair it with these high-protein stuffed mushrooms for a healthy snack. Who knew self-care could be so tasty?
Can these be made ahead of time?
I would not recommend making this recipe far in advance. It is likely that the mushrooms would become soggy. In addition, reheating them may cause them to burn!
These stuffed mushrooms are guaranteed to be a hit at any party, but don’t forget to bring a gift! Luckily, Erath ships across the United States. So, you can share your favorite flavor with a friend, or let them pick their own. Either way, they won’t be disappointed!
Your fork is waiting. Cheers!
Crab Stuffed Mushrooms
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees and line a baking sheet with foil. Spray with cooking spray; set aside.
- Using a damp paper towel, gently clean the mushrooms and remove the stems. Place the mushroom caps in a single layer on the baking sheet.
- Roughly chop the reserved mushroom stems and set aside.
- Pre-heat a large saute pan over medium-high heat and add the olive oil. Add the chopped mushroom stems to the pan and a pinch of salt and pepper. Mince in the garlic then begin stirring the mushrooms until they soften, about 4-5 minutes. Remove from pan and place in a large bowl.
- To the large bowl, add all of the remaining ingredients. Check for seasoning and adjust accordingly.
- Stuff each mushroom with 2 tablespoons of the filling. Bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes. Garnish with fresh parsley to serve. Enjoy with Erath Pinot Noir.